The New York City Department of Parks does an adequate job of keeping the green spaces of Brooklyn free of lingering litter. My strolls in these areas are typically spent lost in thought and other media once I’ve found an appropriate piece large enough to represent that portion of the park. For much of this afternoon I experimented in the woods with an adventuring camera my friend Jules is lending me for this project. The Hero 2.
Today, soggy New York was a landscape of heavy colors. In some areas, the black skeleton trees and their falling drips reaching a pile of leaves seemed to be the only other forms of life for miles. So beautiful, I could have stayed and waited there for spring.